Companion volunteers provide one on one social support and companionship to Activ customers – adults living with disability. If you have just 2 hours to spare each week or fortnight, you could be enhancing the life of one of our customers with activities such as going for a coffee, visits to the park or visits to the cinema.
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Green thumbs or just wanting to make a difference? If you are interested in making someone's garden a place that they can continue to enjoy, rather than be a burden, why not consider gardening for someone who can no longer maintain their own garden! As little as one day per week can make all the difference in assisting someone to retain their independence.
Are you a keen gardener? Do you enjoy spending time with elderly people and giving back to the community. Some of our residents require volunteers to help them with some simple gardening duties. NO LIFTING IS REQUIRED. We have gardening contractors for the majority of the gardens at Brightwater, but some of our residents have their own little patch, or maybe some potted plants and need some assistance to care for them.
The Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) supports refugees from the moment they arrive at the airport. Community Support Assistants build on the case management support offered to clients of HSP by guiding access to local services, support with life skills development, local community linkages and building social networks.
The Friendship Garden welcomes newly arrived migrants, refugees, people seeking asylum, and individual community members who may not have access to a garden in their home. Volunteers support participants to grow their own food and foster a sense of belonging to the Friendship Garden community. Volunteers are also called upon to assist with gardening and other horticulture related activities, preparing lunch and helping participants connect with each other.
Provide a valued and rewarding service to the community by assisting clients with mowing lawns in the Launceston area. Our volunteers are reliable, friendly and active people who enjoy being outside.
Ngala Midwest and Gascoyne are looking for a keen gardening enthusiast to spend some time on a casual basis once a week to provide some well overdue love and care to our outdoor nature garden at the Child and Parent Centre- Rangeway! No mowing is needed just some pruning, weeding and at times some planting of seasonal flowers and veges! No qualifications required just the love of being outdoors and gardening!
Do you love gardening? Second Seed offers a sustainable, collaborative and scale-able approach to supplying fresh picked produce for emergency food relief programs. In order to bring our vision to fruition we need your help.
Do you enjoy gardening? Garden Project Volunteers will play an important role in providing structure and energy to weekly planning and gardening sessions, and will work closely with other volunteers and a nominated staff member to assist in the development of a program that can be sustained long-term.
Looking for something fun to do whilst making a positive community contribution? Interchange Volunteers help provide fun and positive experiences for children with disabilities by assisting them to participate in a range of social and recreational opportunities in their community.
we are a small community Centre in Camberwell . we are looking for a ground and garden maintenance to spruce up and care for our Gardens
Do you have what it takes to be a positive role model and enhance the life of a young person with a disability? Big Buddy’s assist young people with disabilities to participate in a range of social and recreational opportunities in their community for either a couple of hours or a full day experience.
Would you like to make a positive difference in the life of a child with disability? Host families and individuals provide many wonderful experiences and opportunities by opening their homes to children for day or overnight stays.
Local retirement village is looking for people to assist with the upkeep of their gardens and surrounds involving mowing,weeding,pruning and hedging etc.Needed between 8:00am and 5:00pm any day of the week.Availability of volunteers to suit their own time.
We are a community kindergarten that has been operational in Caloundra for 68 years. We rely on volunteers to complete many jobs around the kindergarten. We are looking for some handy volunteers to assist with odd maintenance jobs such as odd painting jobs, basic gardening and general maintenance. We are seeking volunteers on an irregular basis as well as regular basis to complete these jobs and more.
We are seeking volunteers who love getting out, doing things and chatting. Support our program by assisting people with a disability to be involved in activities in the community. You will visit various locations according to the chosen outing. It's a great way to be involved!
Loves working with children Want to help all children with an equal opportunity to participate and learn Interested in children with additional needs Supports educators as directed
Provide support and assistance with gardening/general maintenance at various kindergarten/childcare locations across the south eastern regions of Melbourne
Connect Health & Community provides transport assistance to people who are unable to use private or public transport and have no relative or friend who can take them to appointments.
You can make a difference in someone else’s life simply by spending time with them. Visiting people with disabilities who are under the age of 65, who live an their own home. A home visitor is a volunteer who is matched with the recipient and visits them regularly. So if you have a calm personality, travelled, can read, and you can bring a bigger world and different perspective to the people you will visit please contact us today. A good sense of humour also helps. Police Clearance required.
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